Saturday, May 1, 2010

Labyrinth Day

Today is the international labyrinth day. In honor of that I am going to post some photos I was able to take showing how to make a labyrinth.

I know the photos are sideways. I don't know how to fix that.








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4 comments:

Sarita Rucker said...

Hey, that's my hair in the first photo (yes it really is that long), and my toes in the third one. lol

Viscid said...

Hey, I was getting some inspiration to set up a personal blog for myself(was attracted by the labyrinth, im planning a little stone one), and noticed you aligned with Hawai'ian deities. Do you know where I can find out more about them, besides wikipedia? Ive been curious forever, but have trouble getting info about them. Right now im all over the place, Pan, Hermes, Sarasvaty, Bast and sekmet, and ive been haunted by this little dance statue I found and lost years ago, Maile-Lakta is what was on the back, and would love any advice you have. Thanks!

P.S. Does your hair really pool on the floor while your standing? Im a huge fan of long hair, my curiousity is killing me!

Sarita Rucker said...

I don't know of very many Hawai'ian resources yet. What I do know comes mainly from someone who works with the Hawai'ian pantheon and "The Burning Island" by Pamela Frierson. It's a really great book. It's written by a vulcanologist located in Hawai'i who took an interest in the local mythology. So it's a book dedicated to Pele (that also talks about other deities) that talks about both physical history and myth. It's really good.

lol No, my hair doesn't pool on the floor. It was just in the photo because I was leaning over the camera. My hair goes down to my hips. It used to be longer, but I got tired of sitting on it and it was a pain to work with.

Sarita Rucker said...

Oh, I see! Yeah, I guess it does sort of look like my hair is on the ground, if you don't know what's going on. My hair isn't all the way to the ground in this photo, but I guess it's kind of hard to tell that if you don't know.